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In Januaryit was announced that Russell had accepted the reinstatement offer from Trinity and would begin lecturing from October. In JulyRussell applied for a one year leave of absence; this was approved. He spent the year giving lectures in China and Japan.
In Januaryit was announced by Trinity that Russell had resigned and his resignation had been accepted. This resignation, Hardy explains, was completely voluntary and was not the result of another altercation.
The reason for the resignation, according to Hardy, was that Russell was going through a tumultuous time in his personal life with a divorce and subsequent remarriage. Russell contemplated asking Trinity for another one-year leave of absence but decided against it, since this would have been an "unusual application" and the situation had the potential to snowball into another controversy. InRussell was asked by the Council of Trinity College to give the Tarner Lectures on the Philosophy of the Sciences; these would later be the basis for one of Russell's best received books according to Hardy: The Analysis of Matter, published in I wish to make it plain that Russell himself is not responsible, directly or indirectly, for the writing of the pamphlet I wrote it without his knowledge and, when I sent him the typescript and asked for his permission to print it, I suggested that, unless it contained misstatement of fact, he should make no comment on it.
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He agreed to this Between the wars[ edit ] In AugustRussell travelled to Russia as part of an official delegation sent by the British government to investigate the effects of the Russian Revolution. In his autobiography, he mentions that he found Lenin disappointing, sensing an "impish cruelty" in him and comparing him to "an opinionated professor".
He cruised down the Volga on a steamship. His experiences destroyed his previous tentative support for the revolution. For example, he told them that he heard shots fired in the middle of the night and was sure these were clandestine executions, but the others maintained that it was only cars backfiring.
Bertrand Russell, having died according to the Japanese press, is unable to give interviews to Japanese journalists". Russell arranged a hasty divorce from Alys, marrying Dora six days after the divorce was finalised, on 27 September Russell supported his family during this time by writing popular books explaining matters of physicsethics, and education to the layman.
From to the Russells divided their time between London and Cornwallspending summers in Porthcurno. The school was run from a succession of different locations, including its original premises at the Russells' residence, Telegraph House, near HartingWest Sussex.
On 8 July Dora gave birth to her third child Harriet Ruth.
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After he left the school inDora continued it until Russell's marriage to Dora grew increasingly tenuous, and it reached a breaking point over her having two children with an American journalist, Griffin Barry. On 18 JanuaryRussell married his third wife, an Oxford undergraduate named Patricia "Peter" Spencewho had been his children's governess since Russell and Peter had one son, Conrad Sebastian Robert Russell5th Earl Russell, who became a prominent historian and one of the leading figures in the Liberal Democrat party.
In he wrote in a personal letter: He concluded that Adolf Hitler taking over all of Europe would be a permanent threat to democracy. Inhe adopted a stance toward large-scale warfare: He was appointed professor at the City College of New York CCNY inbut after a public outcry the appointment was annulled by a court judgment that pronounced him "morally unfit" to teach at the college due to his opinions, especially those relating to sexual moralitydetailed in Marriage and Morals The matter was however taken to the New York Supreme Court by Jean Kay who was afraid that her daughter would be harmed by the appointment, though her daughter was not a student at CCNY.
Russell soon joined the Barnes Foundationlecturing to a varied audience on the history of philosophy; these lectures formed the basis of A History of Western Philosophy.
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His relationship with the eccentric Albert C. Barnes soon soured, and he returned to the UK in to rejoin the faculty of Trinity College. By this time Russell was world-famous outside academic circles, frequently the subject or author of magazine and newspaper articles, and was called upon to offer opinions on a wide variety of subjects, even mundane ones.
En route to one of his lectures in TrondheimRussell was one of 24 survivors among a total of 43 passengers of an aeroplane crash in Hommelvik in October He said he owed his life to smoking since the people who drowned were in the non-smoking part of the plane. In Russell argued in favour of a moderate socialism, capable of overcoming its metaphysical principles, in an inquiry on dialectical materialismlaunched by the Austrian artist and philosopher Wolfgang Paalen in his journal DYNsaying "I think the metaphysics of both Hegel and Marx plain nonsense — Marx's claim to be 'science' is no more justified than Mary Baker Eddy 's.
This does not mean that I am opposed to socialism. Many understood Russell's comments to mean that Russell approved of a first strike in a war with the USSR, including Nigel Lawsonwho was present when Russell spoke of such matters. Others, including Griffin, who obtained a transcript of the speech, have argued that he was merely explaining the usefulness of America's atomic arsenal in deterring the USSR from continuing its domination of Eastern Europe.
In Septemberone week after the USSR tested its first A-bomb, but before this became known, Russell wrote that USSR would be unable to develop nuclear weapons because following Stalin's purges only science based on Marxist principles would be practiced in the Soviet Union. His series of six broadcasts, titled Authority and the Individual,  explored themes such as the role of individual initiative in the development of a community and the role of state control in a progressive society.
Russell continued to write about philosophy. He wrote a foreword to Words and Things by Ernest Gellnerwhich was highly critical of the later thought of Ludwig Wittgenstein and of ordinary language philosophy. Gilbert Ryle refused to have the book reviewed in the philosophical journal Mindwhich caused Russell to respond via The Times. The result was a month-long correspondence in The Times between the supporters and detractors of ordinary language philosophy, which was only ended when the paper published an editorial critical of both sides but agreeing with the opponents of ordinary language philosophy.
In Russell was divorced by Spence, with whom he had been very unhappy.
Conrad, Russell's son by Spence, did not see his father between the time of the divorce and at which time his decision to meet his father caused a permanent breach with his mother. They had known each other sinceand Edith had taught English at Bryn Mawr College near Philadelphia, sharing a house for 20 years with Russell's old friend Lucy Donnelly. Or Relations Of The World Hakluyt Society, 2d Ser.
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